Dr Alexander Lanoszka and James Rogers outline British geostrategy in the Black Sea region and construct four scenarios for the future
Prof. Mark Galeotti, Dr Alexander Lanoszka and James Rogers provide a number of proposals to enhance security in the Black Sea region
William Young and Jack Richardson explain how the United Kingdom can enhance its resilience in relation to critical minerals – particularly rare earths
Dr Bill Hayton and Prof. John Hemmings analyse the deepening strategic partnership between the United Kingdom and Vietnam
Prof. Nigel Biggar and Prof. Doug Stokes assess the challenge ‘progressive’ anti-imperialism poses to the United Kingdom
Dr Philip Shetler-Jones explains how key allies – the United States, Germany and Japan – ‘position’ the United Kingdom as an international actor
Matthew Henderson outlines how the Chinese Communist Party ‘positions’ the United Kingdom as an international actor
Dr Andrew Foxall outlines how Russia’s kleptocratic regime ‘positions’ the United Kingdom as an international actor. How does the Kremlin view the British?
Charles Parton assesses what the Chinese Communist Party wants from the United Kingdom. What kind of country would it like Britain to be?
In 1907, Sir Eyre Crowe drafted a Memorandum for the Foreign Secretary to urge a more robust British approach with revisionists. Is such an approach needed today? And what should it be based on?